While the use of emoticons and emojis are more commonly utilized in texting and personal conversations, they are now making their way regularly into the workplace. But, can the use of emojis in work communications be a risk to your reputation?
Here we are in the second week of January– many people had extended time off the last few weeks in December, so theoretically most people should be well rested. So why are so many of us tired at this time?
At the close of 2017 and the start of 2018 experts provide forecasts and data on what this year’s economy may experience. The following are some of those forecasts.
Despite decades of experience trying to address sexual harassment in the workplace, the recent wave of workplace harassment complaints all over the media have put employers back on their heels. Supervisors and managers must know how to respond to a situation of harassment as well as the complaint.
With 2017 quickly drawing to an end, it’s the time of year to review goal achievement and overall departmental success. But what exactly should an HR department be measuring?
According to a survey of 2,000 Americans people are less likely to express gratitude at work than anyplace else. But why wouldn’t we thank the people we work with day in and day out?
On the TV show “Friends,” the character Monica Geller was the victim of a credit card thief. When she received her statement from the credit card company she commented, “She's living my life, and she's doing it better than me! Look at this, look. She buys tickets for plays that I wanna see. She, she buys clothes from stores that I'm intimidated by the sales people. She spent three hundred dollars on art supplies.”
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